Bijoy Krishna Girls' College

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Bijoy Krishna Girls' College
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Established 1947
Type Public
Academic affiliation
University of Calcutta
President Gopal Mukherjee
Principal Tapati Mukherjee
Location Howrah, West Bengal, India
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Bijoy Krishna Girls’ College is an undergraduate women's liberal arts college in Howrah, India, affiliated to the University of Calcutta. It is the only exclusive girls college in Howrah district.

The college is a study centre for IGNOU.[1]


The college was founded on 1 August 1947 by Bijoy Krishna Bhattacharya. In 2005 the college was accredited with a B++ grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.[2]


The college consists of a Library and Computer Laboratories. The college also consists of a psychological counselling centre.

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